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CBS
Aug 4, 2012 11:00pm PDT
reached the atmosphere but the toughest part of the trip is ahead tomorrow night. the lander tries to put the rover on the surface in one piece and working order. the complicated strategy will produce seven minutes of terror a lookit animation of what lies ahead a 13,000 mile per hour entry into the mars' atmosphere. >>> i have no fares at all the shell and materials will protect it and take the first time he pulls and slowed down >>> the two and a half billion dollar mission gets complicated after cruising and place over its crater and covering cables from the lander will lower the rover to the surface a autonomously that is following up computer program with no real time help from humans. that is the seven minutes of terror >>> it takes 40 minutes for like to get from our stores and radio signals so this'll be on the surface in one piece are many for seven minutes before the signal is back to our to tell us at that is successful >>> the rover weighs 1 t and carries one under 65 lbs. of instruments >>> we're looking for the answer to the important question that this is their life
KRON
Aug 9, 2012 11:00pm PDT
a pretty good week. today the space organization saw a big setback. a planetary lander exploded during a test run today. the spider-like lander was taking off and then seconds later it tilted and fell back to the ground. as you see here, it was actually designed using cheaper more environmentally friendly rocket fuel. nasa hoped it could land on the moon or asteroids without busting nasa's budget. scientists will have to rebuild it from scratch. as you can see, it was destroyed in the accident. >>> meantime, the public is getting a more detailed look at the surface of mars. kron4 gives us a closer look at two new high definition photographs from the red planet. >> nasa released a stunning new pictures. they sent low resolution images, now we have this 360- degree color panoramic shot. we have also gotten this overhead view of the probe itself. let's start by taking a look at this picture. this is looking down on curiosity from one of the navigation cameras. if we zoom in, you can see dirt and rocks that fell while it was landing. over here, it's an augmented reality tag. smart phone u
ABC
Aug 10, 2012 5:30am EDT
lander crashed and burned at kennedy space center in florida. project manager says the lander is completely destroyed and now nasa is going to gather more information to determine what went wrong massive fire here. nasa hopes it will one day deliver cargo to the moon and another one is under construction. and that may be complete in two to three months no one is injured in the crash. >>> 5:47. five things to know before heading out the door. an army private will learn his fate today following the conviction to blow up a restaurant that was full of fort hood troops. he faces the possibility of a life in prison. >>> and tomorrow the manager of one of the only chick-fil-a in new hampshire will serve as a sponsor of the new hampshire pride fest celebration of gay rights a few weeks after the president of the company says he does not support same sex marriage. that spurred protests from spores and those against the views. >>> the legal team for lance armstrong is in court today for a hearing. u.s. antidoping agency claims he used performance enhancing drugs. armstrong denies the cl
CBS
Aug 6, 2012 6:00am EDT
previously, they were much smaller landers so they had similar landing systems with air bags but the mars science laboratory is almost a metric ton. it's huge, like a small suv, a jiendz lander so -- giant lander so we never had to land anything that large. we had a sky crane that lowered the lander right down on to the surface. it was spectacular and worked like a charm. >> how long a mission is it planned for? >> that's a great question. i think nominally the mission is scheduled for six months or a year, two years i think nominally. it will over that time period start to climb up the central mountain peak that is in the center of the crater and look at history of mars that's recorded in the rocks in that mountain. >> they're starting with some basic stuff, systems testing. when is the real meat of the science and experiments going to begin? >> right. over the next couple of days they'll be checking out all the systems, turning them on, making sure all the cameras and all the instruments work properly. it will take several months before they really start taking the actual data. it's a v
KOFY
Aug 9, 2012 9:00pm PDT
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CBS
Aug 6, 2012 5:00am EDT
? >> this mission, the curiosity lander is a great exciting time for nasa because this lander is going to be looking for the early signs or the early markers of the precursors to life that may exist or may have been preserved on the surface of mars. >> what exactly is goddard doing on this? i know the jet propulsion laboratory in pasadena is sort of the lead agency here. goddard has done something, some of the instruments on board? >> you're absolutely right. jet propulsion laboratory built most of the rover and was responsible for the landing and management of the mission but goddard space flight center provided the sample analysis of the mars instrument package which is one of the key components of the science laboratory lander. the instrument package is one of the key ways we're going to be looking for, the early precursors of life or markers of life on mars. >> how do you do that? how does that work? >> that's an excellent question. the simple analysis at mars is -- i've lost my -- pardon me -- is made up of a suite of instruments. there's a mass spectrometer which measures key chemicals. it wil
MSNBC
Aug 10, 2012 2:00am PDT
. >>> crash and burn. a test flight of nasa's next general moon lander goes horribly awry. >>> and a fine line. a daredevil from the famous flying wallendas astounds beachgoers in atlantic city. good morning, everyone. i'm lynn berry. those stories and more are straight ahead. this is "first look" on msnbc. >>> and we are going to begin this morning with only a dozen weeks left. that is how much time remains before election day in the race for the white house. now, president obama is doing better in one new national poll and the unfavorable rating for mitt romney has edged higher with most americans seeing the challenger favoring the rich. a cnn/orc international poll indicates that if the election were held today, president obama would win with a seven-point margin over mitt romney. that's 52-45%. now, all of this as the president enjoyed some timely progress with the economy. and conservative republicans ramped up their lobbying for a vp choice for romney. steve handelsman from nbc has more from washington. >> reporter: campaigning in colorado, president obama got good news on jobs. fewer am
CBS
Aug 10, 2012 5:00pm EDT
back to the drawing board after a moon lander crashes and burns. >>> if you're taking the metro this weekend, you know what we're going to tell you. we've got delays because of track work. both the medical center and bethesda stations will be closed starting at 10:00 tonight. the closures will last through sunday. there will be shuttle buses provided. redline riders should add an extra half-hour to their trip. there's also going to be some single tracking on parts of the orange, blue, and the green lines. >>> nasa celebrating the success so far of its new mars rover curiosity but it wasn't an entirely flawless week for the space agency. a small unmanned nasa lander crashed and burned during an engine test at kennedy space center. the lander is known as morpheus. it's being tested for missions to the moon. no one was hurt. but now nasa officials are trying to figure out what went wrong. >>> the september 11 memorial and museum is calling it a milestone. more than four million people have visited the world trade center's memorial which happened last summer on the tenth anniversary
CSPAN
Aug 4, 2012 6:30pm EDT
by the president's science adviser. also eric lander who is a co- chair and a vice chaired by bill press. we work on a number of reports that were done the forest them education, manufacturing nanotechnology, health i.t., a number of other issues. the text of this study in the fall as you talk about looking at the full potential of federal spectrum. >> summarize this report that you all gave to the president. >> in the report, we make a series of recommendations that stand -- span a range of issues beginning with the question of, what should the strategy be long-term for the country in order to avail itself of the benefits that come from the new technologies and electronic and software technologies that are available today. for a variety of reasons, they have not been able to be broadly deployed. the reports speaks to creating measurement systems within the broadness of spectrum by the federal government and order to accelerate the movement from a classical model of spectrum allocation to the new model. the report basically identifies a specific strategy. how the process could begin early, even t
CW
Aug 25, 2012 10:00pm PDT
was the actual landing when he maneuvered the lander and around craters and boulders. >>> houston tranquillity base here the eagle has landed >>> intensely private person he enjoyed a clan but rarely talked about it. he had words at the celebration to mark the 30th anniversary >>> in my own view of the achievement of apollo demonstration that humanity is not chained to this planet >>> armstrong left nasa by a few years after the flight remained involved in the space program a top gun at america's exploration of outer space. randall pinkston cbs news >>> part of the neil armstrong legacy is a bay area museum the uss hornet recovered armstrong and other apollo 11 astronauts from the pacific and is stopped at alameda and 40 years later visitors say the moon landing is unforgettable >>> i remember seeing this on tv what happened, i was so impressed with that i never dreamed i would get the chance to see the ship it would be the morning he died. i tell my grandson this is something we will always remember >>> president obama hailed armstrong as one of the greatest of american heroes he says he deli
CW
Aug 27, 2012 10:00pm PDT
>>> mayor meds lander says new orleans is ready this time he points to the army corps of engineers new 14 billion dollar 133 mi. system of levees and flood walls surrounded by 24 stormproof pumping stations all designed to withstand the level of a 100 your storm. this is one compensation the largest in the world, the complex projects 4 million people living along the west bank of new orleans these massive engines can't pump nine millions of water one hour in another way these palms can fill up an olympic size swimming pool in less than five seconds. what concerns you most? >>> what concerns me the storm could shift dramatically in the way we did not anticipate and cause us to scramble all the plans are in place. the execution is what matters >>> the army corps of engineers has work to complete the system but assure us the system strong enough to deal with the pending storm. byron pitts cbs news new orleans >>> of all eyes and has but a setback on the republican convention the show goes on. the convention scaled-back to three days and begins tomorrow political analyst grace lee >>> the org
PBS
Aug 10, 2012 7:00pm PDT
, zero. a pretotype of an unmanned moon lander has crashed and burst into flames during a test flight in the state of florida. nasa and private sector firms are developing the craft known as morpheus to carry supplies to the moon's surface. the vehicle uses liquid oxygen and relatively easy to handle methane as fuel to save on costs. nasa says the craft lost ability because of a hardware component failure. >>> the mars rover curiosity has sent back the first colored panoramic view of the crate wrer it landed. the images show a 360-degree view of the mountain-like rim of the gail crater. at the center it's possible to see a 5500-meter peak called mt. sharp. nasa says the resolution is about 1/8 the usual level because the images were shot as a test. it says engineers are stipg efforts to get all of curiosity's functions operating. >>> the u.s. centers for disease control and prevention says 116 more people have been infected with a new strain of the swine flu virus. the h3n2v strain was first identified in the u.s. last august. the total number of infected people has risen to 145. the
NBC
Aug 21, 2012 4:00am PDT
with plans to send another robot to mars in 2016. the $4250 million insight lander will drill into the crust. it will study how other planets were formed. cosmonauts did some home improvement monday. they performed a space walk to install shielding on the side of the orbiter to protect against space junk. the american side already has protection built in. >>> well, now here's a look at how wall street is going to kick off the day. the dow opens at 13,271 after losing three points yesterday. both the s&p and the nasdaq were down a fraction, and taking a look at overseas trading this morning, in tokyo the nikkei fell 14 points, while in hong kong the hang seng lost four. >>> wall street couldn't find a cure for the summertime blues monday. traders were either on vacation or worried about the euro debt crisis coming back on the radar. one place not so quiet, apple, which is now the most valuable company in history at $624 billion, shattering the record once set by microsoft. >>> today a jury could get the case in apple's lawsuit against samsung, which is accused of stealing ipad and iphone tech
KICU
Aug 24, 2012 3:00pm PDT
, though. >> and last one, chris maria landers, some cat shaming, and it looks like those cats on top of the tv here, with three signs. i run in front of cars and bicyclists chasing an dog, eat house plants in fancy shopping bags and some day i'll see myself on "right this minute." well, you just did. thanks so much to all our viewers who sent in photos of your mischievous pets. >>> a firsthand report of a mountain forest fire. >> a lot of information back -- >> ah! >> see what happens, next "right this minute." >>> this guy has a special talent. pretty impressive. >> wow. i mean, does it really quickly, too. >> see just how quickly he can do it, and two tennis champions face off. djokovic versus sharapova, and this time they're testing out their tens skills on the bowling w again, best 6 "rtm" time, which means bonus videos on our website, something about an alter knit ending. >> that's right. how the "dark knight" should have ended. posted, and i have to say, pretty funny, because they have multiple endings for how they think the movie should have ended. >> right or wrong? >> i thin
CBS
Aug 2, 2012 5:00pm PDT
a rocks. >>> the bay area connection to the unprecedented mars lander. >>> a chemical found in flamencos used to warn of health concerns in tonight's checkup dr. kim takes a look at the super supplement. >>> what makes flamingo's pink and wild salmon salmon color is an organic chemical. the colorful pigment occurs naturally in algae and yeast. research shows how at acts like an anti occident and reduce inflammation as well as damage to tissues. flamingo's take no you should now find supplements for sale marketers have them as a way to trade and health concerns such as dementia and high cholesterol even sunburn during the studies fod promising but more evidence is needed. before humans can draw substantial conclusions. it is used as a feed supplement to give farm salmon the san joaquin culler. the fda says it is safe. hit >>> spoiler colored. gaby douglas gold and again the 16 year-old gymnast at in the all-around gold to her collection she became the third straight american to win gymnastics' biggest prize. the event outside the man of and people come to the olympics from all over the wo
MSNBC
Aug 21, 2012 2:00am PDT
lander will drill into the red planet's crust. the mission will explore how mars, earth and other rocky planets were formed. >>> cosmonauts did some home improvement monday, performing a spacewalk to install shielding on their side of the or bbiorbi protect against space junk. the american side already has shields built in. >>> angry piers morgan blasted todd akin from backing out of a scheduled interview on cnn for at the last minute. for not showing up, he said akin was what they called in england, quote, a gutless little twerp. akin has lost a lot of support as the karl rove pac has pulled out its resources from the senate race. >>> president obama is burning through campaign money faster than he can collect it as he tries to keep up with mitt romney's tv ads. the president spend $10 million more than he raised last year alone. the president may have a better jump shot than mitt romney but basketball team owners in the nba prefer romney with eight out of ten contributing to the republican campaign. but according to hoops hype.com, more nba players support the president, including sta
MSNBC
Aug 10, 2012 2:30am PDT
for life. nasa's lander barely got off the grand before bursting into flame. it reportedly cost about $7 million over the past 2 1/2 years. still ahead on way too early. usain bolt throws it into high gear for back to back wins. how he erased any doubt that he is the world's fastest man. romney hood and obama. the presidential candidates throw out the campaign slogans. we will get you that and the weather when way too early comes back. stick around. >> this is the man police say is the 44 caliber killer. young, dark haired, almost chubby. he had a faint smile. the arrest, the booking, to court. [ female announcer ] how do you define your moment? the blissful pause just before that rich sweetness touches your lips. the delightful discovery, the mid-sweetening realization that you have the house all to yourself. well, almost. the sweet reward, making a delicious choice that's also a smart choice. splenda no-calorie sweetener. with the original sugar-like taste you love and trust. splenda makes the moment yours. >> here's how things are looking bright and early in new york city from the top
CBS
Aug 3, 2012 4:30am EDT
a small compact car on the surface with a trunk load of instruments. >> the lander weighs a total of 1 ton and it cost $2.5 billion to build. once on the ground, the research starts immediately. >> roughly, the first two weeks will be spent putting up the mast, using the instruments that are associated with the mast, doing remote sensing. >> curiosity is on a two-year mission to search for signs of whether there was life on mars. >> any school kid you talk to, anyone who looked at the stars and wondered what's out there, that yearning is still in us. this is a great investment and a great next step to try to answer that question once and for all. >> with its high-powered laser it can blast through rock and identify what elements are inside. a robot arm can touch the rocks. first, curiosity must survive the fiery plunge through the atmosphere. edward lawrence for cbs news, pasadena. >> all righty, let's see if it happens. i'm terrell brown. this is the "cbs morning news." i'm terrell brown. this is the "cbs morning news." david. we've got to cancel. i've got gas. ooh gas, take an antacid. o
ABC
Aug 10, 2012 4:30am EDT
to this, even rocket scientists get it wrong. this unmaned moon lander crashed and burned during an engine test at kennedy space center. the project manager says it's destroyed so now nasa officials are gathering the information to determine what went wrong. they hope it will deliver cargo to the moon. >> we can't confirm love on the rocks. i love google. >> you can't confirm it? >> google is awesome. it is love on the rocks neil diamond. >> all right.>>> a drive in the country turned into an adventure. >> stay with us. it started and stopped because they wanted to look at cows. however they ended up running for their lives. we will tell you what was chasing them. >> you see we made it to friday. but friday we are deeing with -- dealing with a bumpy ride. we have a chance of showers and thunderstorms in the forecast. as you step out the door, you brushing your teeth and can hear my voice. take the rain gear with you because you will use it going throughout the day. 6:00, 75, storms linger all day and 9:00 more of the same, humidity will linger throughout the day as well and by lunchtime, 8
ABC
Aug 24, 2012 4:00pm EDT
maria landers, some cat shaming, and it looks like those cats on top of the tv here, with three signs. i run in front of cars and bicyclists chasing an dog, eat house plants in fancy shopping bags and some day i'll see myself on "right this minute." well, you just did. thanks so much to all our viewers who sent in photos of your mischievous pets. >>> a firsthand report of a mountain forest fire. >> a lot of information back -- >> ah! >> see what happens, next "right this minute." >>> this guy has a special talent. pretty impressive. >> wow. i mean, does it really quickly, too. >> see just how quickly he can do it, and two tennis champions face off. djokovic versus sharapova, and this time they're testing out their tens skills on the bowling [ male announcer ] we've made verizon fios even easier to switch to -- and harder to resist. because now you can upgrade to fios internet and tv for a super-low $79.99 a month, guaranteed for one year, with no annual contract required. once we got fios it was like somebody like took our computer, shook all the junk out of it. there's at least three co
FOX News
Aug 10, 2012 6:00am PDT
one mosque is holding meetings. rick: a test launch of this lander went up in smoke. a video of a nasa nightmare for you just three minutes away. heather: so, you know, no one bats a thousand, right, not even nasa. days after that daring landing of a rover on mars, this mor morpheus, a green test lander crashed and burned at kennedy's space center, seconds after liftoff. it is a prototype for a cheap eco friendly planetary lander. this the first time it had been tested out without being hooked up to a crane. it is back to the drawing board, or these days a computer, rick. rick: we hear complaints about negative ads every election cycle, this year no different. both presidential candidates accusing the other of misleading negative ads. how are voters likely to respond. chris hahn is a fox news contributor, brad blakeman is a former deputy assistant to former president george w. bush. good to see you both. brad, we spoke with mike huckabee the former governor in the last hour. he says if the ads are this negative in august wait until september or october. >> the governor is absolutely ri
FOX News
Aug 9, 2012 4:00pm PDT
. >> 3, 2, 0,. >> shepard: jiffy pot here was a flop here. nasa's experimental lunar lander got off the ground before it crashed and burned. happened at the kennedy space center during the landers first free flight. officials down on the florida space coast says there was a hardware component failure as they put it and that they knew there was a possibility that the test would fail. the feds report a lot of the illegal drugs that enter our country pass through u.s. territories in the caribbean. coming up, how places like puerto rico have increasingly become borders for cocaine trafficking and a lot of drugs ahead on fox report. this is the plan for back to school. introducing share everything, only from verizon. a shareable pool of data to power up to 10 different devices. add multiple smartphones to your plan, so everyone in your family can enjoy unlimited talk and text. the first plan of its kind. share everything. get your student a samsung galaxy nexus for $99.99. hearing over florida's stand your ground law. under that law george zimmerman could potentially avoid a trial if the
CSPAN
Aug 6, 2012 8:00pm EDT
. it has 21 members. it is chaired by john whole-grain, his science advisor and also eric lander, who is cochair and vice chair by bill christ. it works on a number of reports that were done first and education, manufacturing, nanotechnology, i.t., a number of other issues on the check out the city in the fall talk about to look at the full potential of federal spectrum. >> host: craig mundie, if you have summarized this report you log it to the president. >> guest: well, in the report we make a series of recommendations that span quite the range of issues that begin with the question of what should the strategy be long-term for the country in order to avail itself the benefits that come from the technology and software to elegy that are available today. but we haven't been able to be brought to this point. reports than that it's a creative incentives and measurement systems within a broad spectrum in order to accelerate the movement from the classical model of spectrum allocation to the new model. the report recently identifies a specific strategy, how this process could begin early,
CSPAN
Aug 8, 2012 4:08pm EDT
area. obviously the lander and its other pieces are not in that image. the second image will come up a few seconds later the image we took on the seventh at the same time that hirise was taking the picture you have seen in the back of the room. it is 120 of the resolution of hirise. we can compare image to image but we also cover 50 times more area, and hirise does. it is typically 30 kilometers wide. where were looking sideways at the surface and the entire image is like 275 kilometers long. we cover a huge section of marcella lee take these images. looking at the after image, she found something belote. i will draw your attention when the pictures come up -- she found something alogical cod. -- a little odd. the first graphic will flash between before and after. look over at the right to the upper left of that may set and you see these little black thing is clicking on and off. if we go to the next slide there will be another flickering image. you will see six spot. ken edgett came in and saw this on the screen from the door of the room and said what is that? it is very obvious to
FOX News
Aug 10, 2012 2:00am PDT
that cost. unmanned moon lander and burst in flames seconds after take off during an engine taste. nasa blamed a hard
CBS
Aug 6, 2012 4:00am PDT
't the first time nasa successfully landed a craft on the surface of mars. in 1976 the viking landers were the first to arrive on the red planet. they sent these black and white images back. just last month, nasa released this image taken by the opportunity rover which has been on the surface for eight years now. it shows a massive crater created billions of years ago. missions to mars more often end in disappointment than success. out of more than 3 dozen attempts to orbit, fly by orland on mars, more than half ended in failure. >>> we'll talk to cbs news space consultant, bill harwood later on this morning. in the meantime, we'll move on. >>> islamist gunmen trying to cross into israel, killed 16. the gunman burst, across the border. israeli forces killed eight of the gunmen. israeli aircraft fired on one of the cars. the other exploded at the border crossing. >>> syrian troops are preparing for a decisive battle for aleppo. it's been under siege for weeks. rebel leaders say there's an increase in syrian government tanks and troops. refugees report indiscriminate shelling of civilians an
CBS
Aug 10, 2012 4:00am PDT
at the latest picture from mars and a failure to lawn. nasa's experimental lander doesn't get far before meeting a fiery end. this is the cbs morning news. wardrobe. cute. then new activia breakfast blend. a great way to help start the day. mmm... creamy lowfat yogurt with grains in yummy breakfast flavors, like apple cinnamon. its hearty, with twice the protein of regular lowfat yogurt and helps regulate your digestive system. our morning routines are important, aren't they? new activia breakfast blend. [ female announcer ] the gold standard in anti-aging. roc® retinol. found in roc® retinol correxion deep wrinkle night cream. it's clinically proven to give 10 years back to the look of skin. now for maximum results... the power of roc® retinol is intensified with a serum to create retinol correxion® max. it's proven to be 4x better at smoothing lines and deep wrinkles than professional treatments. new roc® retinol correxion® max. nothing's better than gold. that's 3 moves, 5 jobs, 2 newborns. it's no wonder i'm getting gray. but kate still looks like...kate. [ female announcer ] with nice
CBS
Aug 27, 2012 5:30pm PDT
shot they had atlantic. john blackstone has the story. >> the lunar lander hills was 1 mi. above the moon service when buzz aldrin said they got an indication that something was wrong. >> your coming in to land on the moon for the first time, and ones are gone off? >> yes, we had not memorize all of the programs. >> the flight director was already worried about a guidance error and poor communications. >> the tough decision i had to make was, did we have good enough communications to continue the descent, or should we wave off? >> the spacecraft came from the dark side of the moon and a look like there would be trouble right away? >> we had a lot of trouble there. >> it looked as if the landing was going off course and i have to be aborted. >> aboard is not a word you use casually in mission control and never won perked up at that time and we knew that we were in for a battle. >> in 2000 of from said he was going into a dangerous looking greater. >> there were steep slopes covered with very large rocks about the size of an automobile, that was not accomplish someone to try and ma
CBS
Aug 28, 2012 4:00am PDT
-off. >> reporter: the lunar lander with neil armstrong and buzz aldrin aboard was a mile above the moon's surface when aldrin says they got an indication something was wrong. you're coming in to land on the moon for the first time and alarms are going off. >> yeah. >> reporter: in your spacecraft. >> right, and we had not memorized all the program alarms. >> reporter: in mission control in houston, flight director gene kranz was already worried about a guidance error and poor communication. >> the tough decision i had to make was did we have good enough communications to continue the descent or should we wave off? >> reporter: the spacecraft came out from the dark side of the moon and it looked like there was going to be trouble right away. >> we were -- we had a peck of trouble there. >> reporter: it looked as if the landing was going off course and might have to be aborted. >> abort is not a word to use casually in mission control, and boy, everybody picked up at that time and we knew we were in for a battle. >> reporter: in 2005, armstrong told ed bradley on "60 minutes" the autopilot was taki
MSNBC
Aug 10, 2012 5:00am EDT
to have been made in the same lab to attack iran's nuclear program. >>> well, a small nasa lander known as morpheus crashed and burned after veering off course during a trial run at the kennedy space center yesterday. the unmanned spiderlike craft only got a few feet into the air before the crash. >>> from mars, the curiosity rover sent back some pretty amazing panoramic color images of its landing area in an ancient crater. it shows curiosity's landing kicked up far more martian dirt in the landing zone than scientists had expected. >>> and beachgoers in atlantic city, new jersey, watched as daredevil nick wallenda completed a 1300-foot tightrope walk 100 feet above the umbrellas and chairs on the sand. back in june, wallenda did a similar stunt 200 feet above niagara falls. >>> and now here's your first look at this morning's dish of "scrambled politics." just how unpopular is congress? well, check out this latest gallup poll. congress gets an approval rating of around 16%. now, consider this. the tsa, yes, the transportation security administration, which screens passengers at airpor
KRON
Aug 21, 2012 6:00am PDT
look at the stories trending at this hour. nasa decided to launch and the calls robotic lander and 2016 to check out the core. they picked this project hot and fight over mission. the princeton review has crowned the newest party school and america west virginia university. >> erica: late sunday night rapper juvenile was arrested after starting problems at a nightclub. no word yet on who else was involved. as of monday he was still in police custody. if you want to chat about what is trending around the web, you can always hit up my facebook fan page. >> mark: george is tracking the tough drive times this morning. and it comes to charities many low-income americans shed out more about this than the rich. also ahead, the hottest cars in the country cannot the hot that you are thinking of which will have more coming up when the kron4 morning news continues. sleep train has your ticket to tempur-pedic. experience the pressure-relieving comfort of tempur-pedic, and sleep risk-free with sleep train's 100-day money back guarantee. get 36 months interest-free financing: no down, and no interes
FOX
Aug 18, 2012 10:00pm PDT
was killed in a solo car crash as an irforce reserve air man. samantha ann lander of sacramento county was riding in a car when it crashed into a ditch on the burnell avenue onramp on northbound 680. the chp says that the driver may have fallen asleep at the wheel. there were no details released on that driver's condition. >>> lightning strikes sparked dozens of wild fires across the state today cal fire said that more than 900 strikes touched down this morning. the hardest hit areas were in chester county. the biggest fire burned 260 acres east of redding so far. no report of damages or evacuation. >>> and two fires are almost contained, burning almost two thousand fires. the fires broke out almost minutes of each other. investigators are still trying to find the cause of each fire. the cost of batting the fires more than will $8 million. three firefighters suffered minor injuries >>> home buyers are in the market for new houses. we will tell you the length that some people will go. >>> and a football fan shot in the face during an oakland game in arizona. >>> and the war of words be
ABC
Aug 10, 2012 5:00am EDT
exploring mars. the moon lander suffered a setback. >> the olympics inspiring a number of young athletes. we will share some money-saving tips for parents spending big bucks on their child's sports dream. >> and more from rg3 on his performance in a first nfl preseason game. those stories and much more at 6:00. >> funeral services held today for the six people killed in sunday's double shooting in wisconsin. >> attorney general eric holder is among dignitaries expected to attend. this comes as police allowed members of the temple to return to the building outside milwaukee. now more. >> with the help of donated supplies, temple members scrubbed and painted over damage from the shooting that killed six people and critically injured three others. they reopened the dining hall. >> our conversation will do whatever it takes. it's been amazing how many people have come. it's a positive feeling to see everybody back together. >> a bullet hole left in the frame as a reminder of the tragedy. here is the pantry where more than 15 women and children hid more than two hours, some injured. gunman wade m
ABC
Aug 10, 2012 6:00am EDT
a rover on mars. but yesterday on earth a failed mission a unmanned lander is destroyed. look at the fire. there's no way it could survive. now they are gage information to determine exactly -- are gathering information to determine what wept wrong. they are hoping it will deliver cargo to the moon. they have another project in development but it could be three months away. >> that's why you do the test. >>> -- test. >>> they wanted to enjoy an early morning ride along the quiet countryside. >> what caught the couple by surprise had them shaken up and they were racing to get home. >> and some fans have a unique way of showing team spirit. we will go to a stop where fans take the team with them to the great beyond. we have details on that story straight ahead. [ radio ] it's a scorcher out there...stay refreshed! [ female announcer ] new lipton tea & honey. sweetened with honey, made from real tea leaves and real fruit flavors. ♪ it's never felt so real ♪ no, it's never felt so right ♪ [ female announcer ] only 5 calories. new lipton tea & honey. >>> now "good morning maryland." >>>
CW
Aug 16, 2012 9:00pm CDT
't lander that long. linger that long. the recovery process may take a few weeks but at age 34 with knees you never knew, everyone has their fingers crossed. >> how about the uniform that notre dame will wear against miami those helmets are half blue end have cooled with a huge leprechaun on the side apparently only for the game in chicago. most chicago fans are probably happy about that. we will have a couple of races in the hourlong show with culminates of the running of the million and streaming live and replayed at 8:00 and finally the angels game last night, cory hunter a face plant their left his spike to tie in to break into the face of greg gibson the umpire he was lucky the edge caught him just outside his left eye. superficial damage mr. up his mug a little bit they're lucky that one was not a whole lot worse. >> and he had to rip the mask off to make the call when he was wide open. >> that's the news for this thursday night. have a great el every load of laundry is worth about $200. really? one cap of downy protects $200 worth of clothes. prove it to me. ultra downy sof
NBC
Aug 6, 2012 4:30am EDT
lander makes the safe landing. >>> what we're learning at the man responsible for a deadly shootout at a crowded house of worship. good morning. i'm eun yang. >> i'm aaron gilchrist. welcome to this monday, august 6th. we begin with a live look outside on this 4:30 on a monday morning this 77 degrees warm outside roight now. the humidity, you don't have to wait for it to get here because it is here and it is thick out there right now. >> we thought a little rain might settle things down, but it's really still sticky out there. >> and it never left. t it was with us all weekend. what a steamy weekend. it's continued into this monday morning. right now around the region we've got temperatures generally in the 70s. most of maryland, most of virginia, and west virginia, although right in washington, reagan national, it's at a steamy 80 we degrees right there on the tidal potomac. and on the bay, 80 degrees under a cloudy sky. and overnight, we had showers moving on. thunder and lightning. right now just a few scattered showers. farther west getting a few sprinkles around manassas and pr
FOX
Aug 28, 2012 4:25am EDT
the author face some charges. >>> another first for the mars lander. this image involves audio. we'll explain next as we check more headlines.  . >>> the publisher of a new book by a normer navy seal says it will set the record straight about the raid that killed osama bin laden. only problem is the author could now fates some charges over this. pentagon and the cia are looking at the book because they say the author did not submit it for review ahead of time as the military says he is required to do. they want to know if it contains any classified information. the book called no easy day is supposed to be published next month. preorders have already put it among amazon.com's best sellers list. >>> a court in israel has just ruled that the death of an american student in 2003 was an accident and is rejecting a lawsuit by her parents. rachel corey was 23 years old when she was crushed by a bulldozer during a protest. this morning, an israeli judge ruled the bulldozer driver did not see her. >>> nasa scientists are listening to a recording of a human voice beamed back from a rov
CNN
Aug 10, 2012 2:00am PDT
problem with the lander's guidance navigation control system. >> definitely doesn't look good. >>> this just in. gas rises rise for the 12th day in a row now. now 3.67 a gallon. >>> some really interesting developments in the case of suspect shooter james holmes. his behindset before the massacre still a mystery this morning. a judge issued no ruling on unsealing the full court record in the case against him. prosecutors agreeing with the defense team yesterday in court arguing that that full court record should stay sealed. 17 news organizations, including cnn, have asked for access to that. there was also a very strange development during the hearing. a woman had to be escorted out of the courtroom after she stood up and blurted out that she had vital information for the defense team. also holmes' landlord filed court papers yesterday to have him convicted from his once booby-trapped apartment saying he violated his lease when he alledgedly, and this is a quote, murdered numerous individuals, materially and substantially damaged the premises and booby-trapped the premises su
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